Villa De Angelis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... side do you realise how dominating it is. It is just sitting there like a bank of low cloud, waiting to rain down at some point in the future. It really must be a spectacular show when it goes off!
We walked into Sorrento for a look around and to grab something to eat.
The town has a slightly odd position in that it is all built on and into the side of cliffs that are around 50 metres tall. The port is the only exception and it is ...
... about early Roman knowledge, lifestyle and art.
Pompeii, if you have visited you will know, was a booming Roman trading city...middle class with stalls lining the streets, roads built for chariots with sidewalks for pedestrians. It was then a bustling sea port, where traders tied up their ships and brought in goods from all over the Mediterranean to trade.
It is thought about 20,000 residents lived in ...
... to Sorrento. That night I had a few “quiet” drinks with our Busabout friends.
The Amalfi Drive
With our time on the Italian adventure almost over it was time to make the long drive back to Rome. However, to do this, we would be taking the Amalfi route along a very thin road which circumnavigates the Amalfi coast and leads to the ...
... matters worse we had both neglected to put on sun screen until we'd spent several hours on the open water. We were both badly sunburnt which we hadn't really noticed until we made it back to the hotel and calmed down. After a cool shower and some Aloe we headed into town for a quiet dinner. We happened to end up at a table that was inches away from another couple who sat down at the same time as us. By the time we got our drinks it felt like we were dining with them so ...
... from Termini going to Sorrento and also down to the beach,other way for 1.30 Euro per person but you need to buy a ticket before from the local shop just near the bus stop. There is a restaurant on site where we had a very lovely pizza and in the villages nearby have some lovely restaurants. We then walked further on the bendy steep hills with ...